Canada-based Tenneplas Windsor Mold USA Expands Giles County, Tennessee, Factory
The expansion will add capacity for warehousing and manufacturing. In addition to the $3.5 million investment, the company has purchased more than $2.4 million in manufacturing equipment.
“Our Tenneplas facility continues to expand to support our great customers. We have an outstanding team that continues to provide quality, innovative products and are very excited for this next growth stage for Tenneplas. We would like to thank TNECD, the Giles County Economic Development Commission, the Industrial Development Board of the City of Pulaski and Giles County, and the Tennessee Valley Authority, for their support in helping make this project a reality,” said David Mastronardi, president, Windsor Mold Group.
“Tenneplas is a valued member of the Giles County community, and we’re proud of the growth they have experienced since establishing a presence here in 2004. Companies in the automotive industry, such as Tenneplas, have helped make Tennessee the top state in the Southeast for automotive employment,” said Governor Bill Lee.
Windsor Mold started in 1972 and established Tenneplas in Pulaski in 2004 where it currently has more than 130 employees. Headquartered in Windsor, Ontario, Tenneplas produces exterior moldings, grille opening reinforcements, wheel liners, cowl vents and splash shields at the Giles County location.
“We thank Windsor Mold for choosing to expand its Tenneplas site in Pulaski. Our state continues to be an ideal place for automotive manufacturing businesses to expand and these companies have invested nearly $8 billion here since 2015. Tenneplas is known for its high-quality automotive plastic moldings and we thank them for their continued commitment to Giles County,” said TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe.
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